EXPERIENCE PENANG 2020
20 MUST-INDULGE FOOD IN PENANG

You can find Chinese and Indian Muslim Popiah almost anywhere in Penang. The ingredients are essentially similar: both styles come with fillings that comprise turnip, beancurd, egg bits and a generous spread of chilli paste and sweet sauce. Anothe...

What makes this Indian-style steam rice vermicelli cake extra likeable is watching the seller using a mould to press the dough into thin strings to form lacy circles. The cakes are then steamed on lightly greased rattan steamer trays. Best enjoyed...

We love our Rojak. Fresh local fruits like mango, guava, and pineapple are usually used, along with cucumber and turnip. Sometimes crackers, cuttlefish and fried tofu find their way into the mix. Sliced thinly and mixed in homemade rojak paste, to...

Roti Canai translates to ‘flying bread’, lovingly named due to the way the seller spins the dough in the air before cooking it on an oiled flat grill. This flatbread dish can be eaten any time of the day and is a favourite among Malays...

Wan Tan Mee is a breakfast stalwart for a good reason: it’s a healthier option compared to Roti Canai or Char Koay Teow. Firm, springy noodles are drenched in soy sauce and served with roasted pork slices, vegetables and a small bowl of soup...

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